September 1, 2014


On Friday 28th March, the CEES Department of Adult and Community Education held a Health Awareness Campaign in collaboration with Makerere University Adult Community Education Students Association and Uganda Cares. The services offered at the campaign were HIV Counselling and testing, syphilis testing, reproductive health education and distribution of health education information communication materials. By...
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CEES’ Centre for Lifelong Learning organized the 4th National Intergenerational Literacy Learners’ Conference in Uganda at St Joseph’s College, Omabaci in Arua District. The theme this year was “ICT Literacies for Community mobilization and sustainable local economic development in Uganda” The event was attended by 416 participants including community members and students. Activities included a...
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Dr George Openjuru, Assoc. Prof. and Dean School of Distance and Lifelong Learning represented Makerere University College of Education and External Studies at the CUVIC 2014 University of Victoria Conference from 19th to 22nd May 2014. The conference titled ‘Beyond Engagement: Creating Integration, Innovation & Impact’, witnessed engaging keynote presentations, workshops, poster sessions and field...
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Mississippi State University (MSU) has expressed interest to partner with Makerere University (MAK). Discussions are going on and the team from MSU and MAK will work together to develop a broad MOU that encompasses all the elements of potential areas of collaboration. The following colleges are participating in the collaboration: College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal...
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  On Wednesday 9th April 2014, the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning hosted Forum for Education NGOs in Uganda (FENU) lifelong learning thematic group meeting. The seminar was attended by over twenty participants from different NGOs and Civil Service Organizations and staff from the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning. The Dean thanked members...
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CEES Library received a donation of books from Book Aid International. The books are being processed but one can still access them. Here is the list for reference. Prof. James Barber donates books to Makerere University 
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